Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
The number of people who suffered from norovirus went up in the past few months. And as reported by foxnews.com, the new norovirus strain was behind it. In response to that, My Cleaning published a guide on how one could prevent the virus' outbreaks in houses.
In the report, the said new strain was identified as GII.4 Sydney. It was first detected in Australia last March. And as the report also specified, it increased the percentage of norovirus outbreaks from 19 percent in September to 58 percent in December.
According to the report, it was the finding of Center for Disease Control and Prevention that revealed about the new strain. The said finding was published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
Below is an excerpt from the post New Norovirus Strain Hit United States by My Cleaning Products.
“For the past few months, reported cases of an illness caused by norovirus increased across the United States. And based on the finding published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a new strain of it is to blame.
Norovirus outbreaks are common from November to April with January at its peak month. But unlike the previous years, the recent outbreaks were particularly caused by a new strain called GII.4 Sydney. It was first detected March of last year in Australia.”
My Cleaning Products, in its post, related that the illness caused by norovirus is common during the months of November up to April. Its peak month though, it added, is January.
Annually, norovirus outb
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